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Flashcards in 3- Lumbar core strengthening and Mckenzie method Deck (17):
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Be able to explain the difference in thinking on activating the core between the motor control approach and the McGill approach

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2

be able to identify, name and perform the McGill big four exercises

h

3

be able to list the intensity, repetitions, frequency, and progressions for stabilisation
exercises

mn

4

be able to explain the principles of musculoskeletal exercise programming, in particular the
training load rule of two-for-two rule

n

5

be able to explain the differences between novice to intermediate training when compared
with advanced level training for increasing muscular strength and hypertrophy

j

6

be able to explain the differences between novice to intermediate training when compared
with advanced level training for increasing muscular endurance

h

7

be able to explain the concept of training volume

m

8

be able to discuss the home advice in regard to sleeping posture, sitting posture, standing to
walk transitions, you might give patients

j

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Be able to explain the underlying concept of lumbar flexion and its role in disc protrusions in the McKenzie school of thinking

10

be able to provide possible explanations on how the McKenzie system may work

n

11

- be able to define centralisation, peripheralisation, direction preference

j

12

be able to name the three types of McKenzie syndromes

j

13

be able to explain the McKenzie examination system and its progression

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14

be able to explain end range loading and its progression in flexion and extension

n

15

be able to describe in McKenzie terms antalgic posture

n

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be able to explain the traffic light system for McKenzie progressions

m

17

be able to list the prognostic criteria for the traction subgroup

n